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Title: Study of Access to Janani Suraksha Yojna and Awareness in Rural Area of Bundelkhand Region of Uttar Pradesh
Authors: Singh, Akanksha
Keywords: School of Law Rights and Constitutional Governance
Sonali Kusum
Right to Health - Women - Bundelkhand
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: When a mother gives birth to a child, it is considered a day of celebration for both mother and the child but still there are some places where the birth of a child is a complicated process because of the lack of the proper services and assistance required for giving birth to a child. There are still some parts of the world where the accessing maternal health service is a distant dream for the pregnant mothers. It is believed that a healthy mother give birth to a healthy child but to make sure that the mother is healthy, constant health check-ups and doctor assistance are required which again become an issue in the areas where it is difficult to get access to such facilities. The area which is mainly affected by the inaccessibility of such services is majorly the rural area. The rural area generally is located remotely where the possibility of having hospital is less compared to urban area. Therefore a pregnant woman who lives in the rural area is much more vulnerable to pregnancy and childbirth complications than a woman living in the urban area of the city. The numbers of health care providers, especially women’s health providers in rural areas is limited. Rural India is heterogeneous where problems vary depending on the region and state. There should be awareness of this issue in health care professionals and they should advocate for reducing health disparities in rural women. Although, government is constantly trying to provide the best services to the pregnant women in rural areas. Several schemes have been formulated specifically according to the settings of rural area. But the issue is regarding the execution and implementation of these schemes. Several factors play major role in the implementation of these schemes in rural area like deficient funds, shortage of manpower and most importantly dearth of awareness of such schemes to the beneficiaries. This study majorly concentrate on two factors i.e., utilization of the JSY scheme and awareness of the scheme across the population of rural area of selected districts. This study is an attempt to uncover the reasons and facts behind the lack of awareness about the JSY in women of rural area. The research will assess the functioning of the JSY in the area that have been selected by the researcher as her universe of research. The suggestion and recommendation will be put forward by the researcher to improve the condition of the maternal health of women. When a woman dies in child birth, amid the shock is the haunting question of “Why? What went wrong?” Answering the question of “What went wrong?” is...critical to strengthening health systems. When a woman dies in child birth, amid the shock is the haunting question of “Why? What went wrong?” Answering the question of “What went wrong?” is...critical to strengthening health systems.  Quote from “Unaccountable- Addressing Reproductive Health Care Gaps” (2010) Human Rights Watch1 Quote from “Unaccountable- Addressing Reproductive Health Care Gaps” (2010) Human Rights Watch1
URI: http://192.168.194.112/handle/1/11632
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